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Why You Should Study Level 3 Business Management

 

Are you interested in an introduction to managing people, performance and understanding common business practices? Then why not study Business Management with Online Business School? Being able to develop good business management skills is crucial for any company.

 

An introduction to the business world

Studying a Level 3 Business course will help you gain the fundamental knowledge and understanding of the core elements of business and management – it’s also a great introduction into the world of business if you have no prior experience. At Online Business School, we have 3 Level 3 Business Management courses:

 

Develop crucial communication skills

Studying Business Management offers you the chance to learn skills that are transferable in a range of different settings and environments.

Here is a list of transferable skills that you can expect to develop through studying business management:

  • Critical Analysis
  • Problem Solving
  • Presentation Skills
  • Financial Management
  • Information Technology
  • Collaboration Skills
  • Decision Making
  • Leadership Skills

Always in demand

As long as there are businesses, managers will always be in demand. Studying Business Management gives students knowledge of business, finance, economics and marketing, making them highly sought after by several different sectors and employers.

 

Career path

Successful completion of a Level 3, full Level 4&5 Business Management course and final year of an accredited Undergraduate Degree programme will act as a springboard for a professional career in Business Management. Here is a list of possible career paths you may take:

  • Business adviser: A business advisor is a strategist who works with your company to help with planning, finances, marketing, and even development. Average salary: £37,825
  • Consultant: A consultant provides professional or expert advice in a particular field of science or business to either an organisation or individual. Average salary: £49,187
  • Data analyst: Data analysts collect, organise and interpret statistical information to make it useful for a range of businesses and organisations. Average salary: £37,419
  • Sales manager: A sales manager is the person responsible for leading and coaching a team of salespeople. Average salary: £44,388
  • Business manager: The role of a Business Manager is to supervise and lead a company’s operations and employees. Average salary: £37,085

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